Our time has come friends.
Our time has come friends.
The renowned astrophysicist is apparently unhappy with some of the factual accuracy in the Sandra Bullock-George Clooney space-set thriller. Some SPOILERS ahead.
It does WHAT on Uranus?!
When you declare that everyone’s favorite underdog planet is no longer a planet, you become a pretty polarizing figure. But Neil Degrasse Tyson really has a lot going for him.
Apparently the answer to “Could this man get any more awesome?” is a resounding “YES!”
NASA has a cool plan to battle Earth destroying asteroids in a decidedly non-Armageddon way.
Astrophysicist. Gentleman. Dance King.
deGrasse Tyson-Nye 2016, anyone?
What does it take to stop an asteroid from colliding with the earth? Neil deGrasse Tyson fills us in.
Zen Pencils is a beautiful and amazing webcomic done by Gavin Aung Than that illustrates some of history’s most famous motivational quotes. Get ready to feel a lot of feels.
Following his appearance at the “First Comes The Dream” event at the Rose Center for Earth and Space, American Museum of Natural History, BuzzFeed sat down with the famed astrophysicist for a short Q&A.
Let everyone’s favorite scientist Neil DeGrasse Tyson school you on why it is.
Inspired by Tuesday’s All-Star Game, the famed scientist decided to “tweet what baseball looks like through the lens of an astrophysicist.” Hilarity ensued. (If you don’t follow this man, you really should.)
Let’s face it, sports are not always evaluated or explained in a logical sense. That’s why Neil deGrasse Tyson took to Twitter during the MLB All Star Game to bring his renowned insights to the old ball game.
What was the Meme Of The Year? BuzzFeed is partnering with the Webby Awards to let you choose your favorite. Get your vote on and make sure you watch The Webbys streaming LIVE on May 21st to see who wins.
More gifs are coming… [Ed. note: A charming interview with Joshua Topolsky and the sexiest astrophysicist in the world, for The Verge.]
Part one of a marvelous Neil DeGrasse Tyson documentary exploring why we have given up on space.
Astrophysicist Dr. Neil DeGrasse Tyson was asked by a reader of TIME magazine, “What is the most astounding fact you can share with us about the Universe?” This is his answer.
Attention Science Geeks: I have some good news and I have some bad news. Good News: They’re making a Cosmos sequel. Bad News: It’s on FOX. Good News: It’s being presented by Neil DeGrasse Tyson. Bad News: It’s being produced by Seth MacFarlane. Yes. THAT Seth MacFarlane. So here are two videos for you: Neil DeGrasse Tyson discussing Carl Sagan and Family Guy’s take on Cosmos for Rednecks. (Via GeekDad) View List ›